Definition of Greene, Graham in English:

Greene, Graham

proper noun

  • (1904–91), English novelist; full name Henry Graham Greene. The moral paradoxes he saw in his Roman Catholic faith underlie much of his work. Notable works: "Brighton Rock" (1938), "The Power and the Glory" (1940), and "The Third Man" (written as a screenplay, and filmed in 1949; novel 1950).

Pronunciation

Greene, Graham

/ɡriːn/